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  • STATUS UPDATE

    What's Renewed, What's Canceled, and What's Still In Between? (2011 Edition)

    Is your favorite show returning next year? Did that stinker finally get canceled? We're keeping track of all the shows right here.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    HBO Forgoes More In Treatment

    Plus: Will Arnett has a new job, Justified, Men of a Certain Age honored, and NBC's Playboy will show skin... on DVD?

  • BOARDWALK EMPIRE LAUNCHES NEW CHANNEL ALONGSIDE HBO CLASSICS NEXT MONTH.

    Sky Atlantic Reveals Line-Up

    Boardwalk Empire launches new channel alongside HBO classics next month.

  • PLAYING FAVORITES

    Editors' Picks: The TV.com Staff's Top 5 TV Shows of 2010

    We each managed to whittle down all our favorite shows to a list of just five; did any of your favorites make the list?

  • SAFE FOR WORK

    Watch Conan's "Show Zero"

    Also, Sophia Bush and Craig Ferguson, together and funny. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.

  • SAFE FOR WORK

    Paul Scheer Knows How to Answer Any Question About Football

    Also, Conan has figured out his Halloween costume. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    Heroes Movie: Will it Happen?

    Plus: Have we found HIMYM's mother?, and Glee's Rocky Horror episode nabs originals.

  • NEWS BRIEFS

    Castle Writes Its Third Chapter

    Plus: Sarah Silverman's F-Buddy is heading to 30 Rock, a shake-up is coming to Smallville, and Phish!

  • TV WORLD WRITES ABOUT THE RETURN OF HBO'S GROUND-BREAKING DAILY DRAMA

    Blog Spotlight: In Treatment: Season 2, Week 1

  • ENJOY AN ARRAY OF OLDIES AND NEWBIES WITH THIS WEEK'S DVD RELEASES. GET YOUR MEDICAL DRAMA FIX WITH IN TREATMENT: SEASON ONE, SING ALONG WITH CALIFORNIA DREAMS: SEASONS ONE AND TWO, OR FIND OUT WHY YOUR DOG KEEPS CHEWING YOUR SLIPPERS WITH THE VERY BEST OF THE DOG WHISPERER. DON'T YOU WISH YOU COULD WATCH TV ALL DAY?

    March 24th, 2009 DVD Releases

  • POPULARITY NOT AN ISSUE AT GOLDEN GLOBES, WHICH FAVORS LOW-RATED, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED PROGRAMS; 30 ROCK, MAD MEN, HBO MINISERIES RAKE 'EM IN.

    HBO, 30 Rock win Golden Globes

    Say what you will about awards-show season (seriously, comment below!), but each awards ceremony is hard to ignore once the red carpet is rolled out. Tonight saw Hollywood welcome the red carpet of the Golden Globes, the Oscars' jealous little brother. The night is especially important for film (Oscar nominees are announced later this week, and a Globes win could sway Academy voters), but television also has a lot at stake with this ceremony the only major TV awards show until the late-summer Emmys.

  • WE PICK THE TOP 100 THINGS THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE THIS PAST YEAR; IN THIS EDITION: A MUST-SEE DVD BOX SET, ONE CHARACTER WHO SAYS THE DARNEDEST THINGS, AND A FOREIGN INVASION THAT WE'RE OKAY WITH.

    TV.com Top 100 Everything of 2008: 31-40

    We crack the top 40 of our favorite things about 2008 television with things from Lost, Fringe, and Chuck.

  • IN TREATMENT, TRUE BLOOD PACE CABLE NET; FEY, BALDWIN, PAQUIN, LAURIE, SHALHOUB, HAMM, APPLEGATE GET ACTING NODS.

    HBO leads Golden Globe nominations

    It's shiny trophy time in Hollywood, but before the bald-headed first-place prizes get handed out on February 22, the Golden Globes--also known as "The Oscars' precursor"--have to be doled out. The nominees are in, and the field features familiar faces and some surprising entries.

  • FOX'S TOON, NBC'S COMEDY GRAB MOST WRITERS GUILD NOMINATIONS; BREAKING BAD TOPS NEW SHOWS WITH THREE.

    Simpsons, 30 Rock lead WGA noms

    It's that time of year for every clique in Hollywood to dish out awards to the most deserving, and let's be honest here--they usually do a better job than the more mainstream awards. The Writers Guild of America (WGA) is no exception, as this year they've singled out The Simpsons, 30 Rock, and Breaking Bad.

  • TV'S BIGGEST AWARDS NIGHT HONORS MAD MEN, 30 ROCK; UNFUNNY EVENT PANNED BY CRITICS.

    Cable shines, gala flops at Emmys

    Last night, the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards got many things right, and a whole lotta things wrong. Cable networks continued to stack their trophy cases and prove they're better than the broadcast behemoths with major wins, and the big victors of the evening--both of which barely move the needle in the ratings department--showed once again that American viewers just don't watch the quality stuff.

    But the big story of the gala was the cringe-worthy ceremony, which is being labeled a disaster by those unfortunate enough to have sat through it.

  • DAISIES' PACE JOINS DUCHOVNY, SHALHOUB, SHEEN FOR EMMY NOMINATION FINALISTS; BRITNEY "SNUBBED" FROM GUEST SPOT HONORS.

    Carell, Baldwin top Emmy's comedy actor shortlist

  • DRAMA LEADS FOR BOTH GENDERS POSTED ONLINE; BREAKING BAD'S CRANSTON, BSG'S MCDONNELL GET THEIR DUES.

    More Emmy shortlist leakage

  • DAISIES' FRIEL, SAMANTHA'S APPLEGATE ALSO IN THE MIX; FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS' BRITTON, LOST'S O'QUINN SNUBBED FROM SUPPORTING ACTOR LISTS.

    Fey, Silverman headline Emmy comedy actress shortlist

  • HBO'S THERAPEUTIC DRAMA COMING BACK FOR SECOND SEASON; PRODUCTION BEING MOVED TO NEW YORK.

    In Treatment set for more couch time

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Psychological, secrets and lies, Family Dramas, slow dialogue, gritty cinematography